Black robes & buckskin : a selection from the Jesuit Relations / [compiled by] Catharine Randall.

Contributor(s): Randall, Catharine, 1957-Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Original language: French Series: JSTOR eBooksPublisher: New York : Fordham University Press, 2011Description: 1 online resource (ix, 212 pages) : illustrations, maps, portraitsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780823240449; 0823240444; 0823232646; 9780823232642; 9780823249107; 0823249107Other title: Black robes and buckskinSubject(s): Indians of North America -- Missions -- New France -- HistoryAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Black robes & buckskin.DDC classification: 971.01/1 LOC classification: F1030.8 | .B57 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cura personalis -- "Finding God in all things" -- "We [engage them] in devout conversations" -- "The world is our church" -- "Friends in the Lord" -- Ad maiorem Dei gloriam -- Familiariter: the theological sense of daily life -- Spiritu, corde, practice/heart, soul and worship -- Conclusion: inculturation assessed.
Summary: 'The Jesuit Relations', written by New World Jesuit missionaries from 1632 to 1673 back to their Superior in France, have long been a remarkable source of both historical knowledge and spiritual inspiration. Here, Randall has made selections from the relations, some of which have never before appeared in print in English.
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Cura personalis -- "Finding God in all things" -- "We [engage them] in devout conversations" -- "The world is our church" -- "Friends in the Lord" -- Ad maiorem Dei gloriam -- Familiariter: the theological sense of daily life -- Spiritu, corde, practice/heart, soul and worship -- Conclusion: inculturation assessed.

'The Jesuit Relations', written by New World Jesuit missionaries from 1632 to 1673 back to their Superior in France, have long been a remarkable source of both historical knowledge and spiritual inspiration. Here, Randall has made selections from the relations, some of which have never before appeared in print in English.

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